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What does SPPA stand for?
SPPA stands for Saint Paul Port Authority (Saint Paul, MN)
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We have 55 other meanings of SPPA in our Acronym Attic
- System Package Program
- System Parameter Port
- System Performance Parameter
- Systems Programs and Projects
- Strategic Project Planning and Assessment
- Scottish Planning Policy 1
- Standard Pseudoisochromatic Plates Part 1
- Standard Pseudoisochromatic Plates 2
- Standard Pseudoisochromatic Plates Part 2
- Scottish Planning Policy 7 (UK)
- Saint Paul Principals Association
- Saskatchewan Professional Photographers Association
- School of Public Policy and Administration
- Science Policy and Public Affairs
- Science Public Policy Analyst
- Scottish Postgraduate Philosophy Association
- Scottish Preschool Play Association
- Scottish Public Pensions Agency
- Seattle Professional Photographers Association
- Self-Consistent Polarization Propagator Approximation
Samples in periodicals archive:
6 Million for Future Headquarters Expansion Site The Saint Paul Port Authority board of commissioners today voted to give preliminary approval to the proposed sale of 7th Place, located at 9 West 7th Street.
18 /PRNewswire/ -- The Saint Paul Port Authority is pleased to announce the successful completion of its tender offer for the purchase of bonds under the Port Authority's Resolution 876 Common Bond Fund.
BUSINESS WIRE)--June 3, 1998--The Saint Paul Port Authority has completed the 1998 to its March 1997 Source Document for Research Updates concerning the financial condition and status of the Resolution 876 Common Revenue Bond Fund (`876 Fund').
The new $750,000 manufacturing plant was prompted by robust business growth for the maker of commercial heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, and secured with the assistance of the Saint Paul Port Authority intent on keeping manufacturing in the city.
has signed an agreement in principle with the Saint Paul Port Authority to consolidate, expand and relocate its manufacturing operations (currently located at 224 Ryan Ave.
25, 1997-- THE FOLLOWING IS A JOINT STATEMENT ISSUED BY: Saint Paul Mayor Norm Coleman, State Senator Randy Kelly, Representative Steve Trimble, City Council members Dan Bostrom and Gladys Morton, Minnesota Trade and Economic Development Commissioner Jay Novak, and Saint Paul Port Authority President Ken Johnson: It is a difficult day for Saint Paul.
They are the underlying strength and backbone of the economic development success story that is the greater Saint Paul area," stated Ken Johnson, President of the Saint Paul Port Authority.